06 Jan 2020

Welcome to 2020 at the Memorial

click here We enjoyed some fantastic events here at Capel-le-Ferne in 2019 and we are working hard to make  2020, which marks the 80th anniversary of the Battle of Britain, even more exciting. The Memorial and The Scramble Experience are great to visit at any time, but on special event days there is even more to enjoy.  Don’t forget the cafe and shop are always open, too. Check our our Day-by-Day Events Listing to see what’s coming up next.

http://rtltd.com/?q=prednisolone-first-pass-metabolism-definition&e5b=8d We are still working hard on this year’s events, but here’s what’s already in the pipeline:

http://livecheshire.org.uk/?l=pure-cbd-oil-2500-mg Sunday afternoon talks

http://livecheshire.org.uk/?l=100%25-pure-cbd-oil We have a regular Sunday afternoon programme of talks on Battle of Britain-linked themes, along with the occasional free family film day. The talks are all held in the comfortable surroundings of The Geoffrey Page Centre in the stunning Wing building. Refreshments are available from the Cockpit Cafe.

http://comptonvillecampbell.co.uk/?kk=cbd-lollipops All talks start at 2.30pm. Tickets can be booked by ringing 01303 249292 or emailing enquiries@battleofbritainmemorial.org

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4 Dec 2019

Top author to host book launch next summer

The Trust is excited at news that top author and historian Dilip Sarker MBE FRHIstS will be visiting the site next June for a weekend of events to mark the launch of his latest book. Battle of Britain 1940: The Finest Hour’s Human Cost will highlight the impact of the Battle in terms of those […]… Read more

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12 Nov 2019

Touching tribute puts Memorial in the spotlight

The Memorial was the scene of national and international attention on Sunday when it was chosen as the centrepiece of a dramatic tribute to those lost in armed conflicts around the world. A battle scarred WW2 Dakota (Douglas C47 N473DC), accompanied by two Spitfires, circled the Capel-le-Ferne site before dropping three quarters of a million […]… Read more

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11 Nov 2019

Paying our respects to the Few

Bright sunshine but a chill breeze welcomed the crowd of volunteers, villagers and visitors who gathered around the National Memorial to the Few at the heart of the Battle of Britain Memorial for the Trust’s annual Remembrance Day service this morning (11 November). The Trust always observes the actual Armistice Day rather than the closest […]… Read more

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5 Nov 2019

Remember with us on Remembrance Day

The Battle of Britain Memorial Trust will again be holding its annual Service of Remembrance at 11am on Monday, 11 November, 2019. The Trust always marks Remembrance Day itself, rather than the closest Sunday, so make a note in your diary and please join us at the National Memorial to the Few to show your […]… Read more

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28 Oct 2019

Dramatic end to successful talks series

A moving talk on the horror of spending seven weeks facing daily beatings at the hands of Iraqi interrogators brought this year’s series of Sunday afternoon talks at The Wing to a dramatic conclusion. Squadron Leader John Peters was the pilot of an RAF Tornado that was shot down on an ultra low-level daylight mission […]… Read more

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24 Oct 2019

£600 donation from car enthusiasts

A welcome cheque for a fantastic £600 is on its way to the Trust following the success of a classic car event at the site this summer. More than 140 cars owned by members of Ramsgate Old Motor and Motorcycle Club were proudly displayed  against the inspirational backdrop of the National Memorial to the Few […]… Read more

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21 Oct 2019

Top historian’s talk a sell-out

TV presenter, historian and accomplished author Dr Lucy Worsley OBE delivered a fascinating talk on Queen Victoria to a capacity audience in The Wing at the Battle of Britain Memorial on Sunday (20 Oct). The audience was mainly made up of Friends of the Few, who enjoyed priority booking and reduced ticket prices for the […]… Read more

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18 Oct 2019

2019’s last chance for museum visit

Our friends at the Kent Battle of Britain Museum, just a few miles away on the site of a former WW2 airfield at Hawkinge, will soon be closing their doors for the winter. The museum has a superb collection of aircraft and other machinery, artefacts, personal memorabilia and many more fascinating historial items from the […]… Read more

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